This is a more powerful version of PhotoLab Calendar, with all of the features of the standard version, but with the additional capability to share data in real time over the network. PhotoLab Calendar is a must-have schedule management tool for anyone who has a photo or video business. It supports infinite number of resources (digital services, film services) and has a well-organized navigation system. It's perfect to plan working hours, keep track of scheduled appointments and orders. It'll store the information about clients, such as their address, telephone, email and comments. There are two viewing modes in the program: calendar with a vertical and horizontal timeline and a table view to help you get the general overview of the jobs. It's possible to create reminders to alert users about the things they should do. Available is an automatic search and auto-field filling for a client, who has already been entered to the database. You can view the information about payments, daily income for any day at any moment when you need it. Exchanging data with other applications (Apple iCal, Microsoft Exchange Server, Novell GroupWise) is made easier with the new support for the iCal data format. For those people, who work in Microsoft Outlook, it's possible to synch data. Export of data is available to different formats: XLS, PDF, TXT, HTML, XML for its adaptation for other programs. In case of crashes or virus attacks, there is an auto backup function with a possibility to remove old archives automatically. You pay for the program only the first time and get all new versions of this program for FREE and for a lifetime!
What's New in this Release: This new release includes performance improvements.
Link to PhotoLab Calendar for Workgroup sample code
Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP
License: Free To Try
Business::Vertical Market Apps
Date Added: May 15, 2008
Last check for an update: Sep 24, 2016
Last version date: Mar 21, 2016
Page Visit: 71
Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Jun 07, 2008